Leozig welcomes Manchester United’s improved form at the end of the trip: Rio Ferdinand praised United’s improved form on stage. Spurs
- Rio Ferdinand and Paul Scholes praise Manchester United’s improved form
- The Red Devils came back from a bad start with very good results
- Wednesday’s Arab Leipzig’s 5-0 win came after last week’s 2-1 win over PSG.
- United legends say squad reacted to the Spurs’ 6-1 defeat
- Report: Marcus Rashford late hat-trick as Man United hold Group H
Rio Ferdinand has garnered praise from former club Manchester United for praising Red Devils legend Oli Gunnar Saliscoir’s team for regaining form after a poor start to the season.
United boss’s job was under intense pressure after the international break, with Norway’s place at risk at home with a 1-1 hammer at Tottenham Hotspur.
But a possible six to four points against Newcastle and Chelsea, as well as a great back-to-back win in Europe over Paris Saint-Germain, has started a wave of optimism around the Arab Leipzig club.
Rio Ferdinand welcomes Manchester United back to form after another big win
Marcus Rashford scored a hat-trick in United’s 5-0 win over Leipzig at Old Trafford.
Following on the Bundesliga leaders’ 5-0 lead at Old Trafford on Wednesday, Ferdinand welcomed the United boss, saying “they are well reunited.
‘It’s football, it can change fast,’ Ferdinand added BT Sport.
‘The highs are too high, the lower ones are deeper than you can imagine. They have teamed up again, fitness is the main thing after Spurs and Palace. ‘
A jolt in the formation showed that the fate of Salzcazar’s team had changed dramatically, and Ferdinand had been deeply impressed with the squad for manager.
Ole Gunnar Salsakazar gave great results at a time when they were most needed
The 1-1 loss to the Spurs is felt by many as United Boss came to the end of the road.
‘What I see is depth. The players are coming, the teams they are throwing have not changed much and they are getting results.
‘Today [Marcus] Rashford came, Bruno [Fernandes] Comes and it affects the game. ‘
Fellow United legend Paul Scholes added that Soulscazar would have been ‘scared to death’ by being drunk by the Spurs, but praised the manager for getting the best out of his squad.
“The Spurs game scared Ole to death,” Scholes said.
Paul Scholes praised Solskazir, saying he was “scared to death” of the 6-1 mall.
“He had to try and make the team stronger, with two men playing in front of the back four.
‘You’re ahead of him – quality, speed … with Fernandez, Rashford, [Anthony] Marshall, [Mason] Greenwood … a lot of brilliant attacking players.
‘He has found a way to play that suits the squad he has.’
With United hosting Arsenal at Old Trafford in the Premier League on Sunday, United will be looking to keep up their pace this weekend.